Take your coding skills to the next level with Real Python’s accelerated study plans for beginner, intermediate, and advanced Python developers.
At Real Python you can learn all things Python from the ground up. Everything from the absolute basics of Python, to web development and web scraping, to data visualization, and beyond.
Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced Pythonista, our custom-made Learning Paths will take your skills to the next level with an accelerated, hands-on study plan.
All of the resources in our learning paths were created by professional Python developers with years of experience to ensure you’re learning the skills and techniques that really matter.
You’ll find your way through the entire Python curriculum, so you’ll always know what to focus on next.
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Ace Your Python Coding Interview
8 Resources ⋅ Skills: Python, Coding Problems, Algorithms
Become a Python Web Developer
12 Resources ⋅ Skills: Web Development, Django, Flask, APIs
Data Science With Python Core Skills
15 Resources ⋅ Skills: Pandas, NumPy, Data Cleaning, Data Visualization
Data Visualization With Python
5 Resources ⋅ Skills: NumPy, Matplotlib, Bokeh, Seaborn, pandas
GUI Programming With PyQt
4 Resources ⋅ Skills: Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs), Databases
Machine Learning With Python
9 Resources ⋅ Skills: Image Processing, Text Classification, Speech Recognition
Math for Data Science
4 Resources ⋅ Skills: Statistics, Correlation, Linear Regression, Logistic Regression
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) With Python
8 Resources ⋅ Skills: OOP Fundamentals, Classes & Objects, Methods
Pandas for Data Science
12 Resources ⋅ Skills: Pandas, Data Science, Data Visualization
Perfect Your Python Development Setup
12 Resources ⋅ Skills: Python Setup, Code Editors & IDEs, Running Apps
Python Concurrency & Parallel Programming
9 Resources ⋅ Skills: Multithreading, Multiprocessing, Async IO
Write More Pythonic Code
14 Resources ⋅ Skills: Best Practices, Writing Idiomatic Python